Pia Camil – Bara Bara Bara

The Tramway in Glasgow is a place I only discovered recently and it’s fantastic. The first time we went was for the Hidden Garden at the back which is a small but beautiful garden where you can buy plants for your own garden and learn a thing or two about them.

The exhibition spaces have always been in use with installations that are both interesting and, I’m being very honest here, odd. The space makes half of the interest, I don’t think they would work as well anywhere else. So, this time was first solo exhibition by Mexican artist Pia Camil. My son loved it and it was funny to see how he and everyone else was interacting with the different components. And yes, they’re t-shirts and jeans…

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